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Review: The Dire King

by William Ritter

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Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for the chance to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
Publish Date: 22nd August 2017

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Review: Ghostly Echoes

by William Ritter

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“If you ever see HER again, you will remember that monsters pick on the weak and the harmless because it is the monsters who are afraid.
And they are right to be afraid.”
- Page 73

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Review: City of Fallen Angels

by Cassandra Clare

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“Is this one of those keep your friends close and your enemies closer things?”
“I thought it was keep your friends close so you have someone to drive the car when you sneak over to your enemy’s house at night and throw up in his mail box.”
“I’m pretty sure that’s not it.”
-Page 151

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Review: Beastly Bones

by William Ritter

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“Miss Rook, on a scale of one to pomegranate, how dangerous would you say this situation has become?”
“On a scale of one to pomegranate? I should think…acorn. Possibly badger. Time alone will tell.”
-Page 7

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Review: The Seventh Bride

by T. Kingfisher

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“But it is somehow easier to face things when someone else is there.
Courage still does most of the heavy lifting,
but Pride gets its shoulders in there, too,
just to keep you from embarrassing yourself in front of the other person.”
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